This is a discussion on 2-year-old Mistakenly Sips white Russian within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by ICTsnub But I never said yuk. Is that what went wrong? My experience explains a couple things as well....
Why did they call the police,again??
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It was a "crime scene" as the mother in the article state, I think because the dad didn't card his son; providing alcohol to minors isn't a light charge nowadays.
Actually, 10thmtn, I think that the best charge against the parents would be being a moron in public Geez, how much alcohol do they think that he actually drank? The full sip wouldn't hurt him, and it sounds like he didn't swallow very much, probably spitting most of it out. I just hate people that don't accept their own responsibility, and want to blame others for their own mistakes.
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Sometimes we could still use public flogging!!!
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They are morons... The epitome of what the donkey party sees in those they seek to control.
JMHO... Oh yeah, and they were definitely in it for a possible law suit.
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Took the time to call the cops? ... I would have better things to do at the moment ... Like tending to my kid ...
"Hello police? I would like to report a waiter serving us a drink that we ordered ."
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A man fires a rifle for many years, and he goes to war. And afterward he turns the rifle in at the armory, and he believes he's finished with the rifle. But no matter what else he might do with his hands - love a woman, build a house, change his son's diaper - his hands remember the rifle.
And why is it BOTH parents are drinking?
When I was that age, if my parents wanted an evening out with grown-up friends, they found a sitter, or dropped us off with Grandma.
And how grossly irresponsible is it to expect the waiter to double as baby sitter for her toddler while she's gulping mixed drinks?
Edit: And the boy's name, Jadm... reminds me of a "single mom" I dated once way back when who had a son named Cevin (pronounced Kevin) A real piece of work.
Initial response: big fat hairy deal. I believe I took my first steps for a sip of my uncle's beer.
Second response: she called the cops????? I hope they arrested her for letting the kid drink the alcohol, because certainly nobody at the restaurant committed any crime.
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this happened to my son. an after dinner drink was placed on the table. i tasted it twice and couldn't taste any alcohol, so i thought it was just a treat for the boy. he took a couple of sips and then the waitress came back. i asked her what the drink was and she said it was an alcoholic drink. we laughed and paid the check and left. end of story.
My boy got a sip of my Crown and 7 one night. The wife screamed "he has your drink"! He spilled more down the front of his shirt than he imbibed. Lesson learned not to keep drink on end table while getting hot wings out of the oven.
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